Four Seasons in Palo Alto, CA for $35 + tax on Select Nights

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Update: A few select rates are still available as of 4:25 Pacific. These rates are also available via Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts if you have a Platinum card which will get you a $100 spa credit, free breakfast for 2, late checkout and more. See the comments for the latest.

This is just a really quick Deal. For certain nights in 2017 the Four Seasons in Palo Alto (Silicon Valley) is pricing rooms at $35 per night plus tax. Rates are cancelable and bookable directly on the Four Seasons website or via OTAs. Search for 1 adult.

For more info, see: this Extreme Hotel Deals post.

Last updated on December 20th, 2018

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alex
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alex

can’t find and date that works… did I miss the deal? 🙁

dan
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dan

i think it is dead now. I was able to get a couple rooms before the rate changed. This is my first error rate booking. What do hotels/OTA’s usually do for compensation for cancelling?

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Sometimes OTAs will give a coupon or credit towards a future booking, but sometimes nothing. It is rare for a hotel chain to give you anything if you booked directly.

Scott
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Just received the “we screwed up” email. FS is offering 50% off the rate of $355 to keep the reservation.

Ja-
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Ja-

That’s a decent discount on the rates for my dates. Might be able to get more in discussion with hotel. At the least I’d want some amenities thrown in if they won’t budge on that rate.

dan
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dan

I got a 50% off email from booking.com. I think I will cancel. Do you think booking.com will give any coupons for the inconcvience? I booked 7 rooms originally I wonder if the hotel would be willing to give me one of the rooms at the cheap rate if I promise to cancel the other six.

Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor
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Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Booking.com isn’t generally very good with coupons. You could certainly ask, but I had a mistake rate I booked through them cancelled last year without any notice and they didn’t give me anything.

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